Uncasville, Connecticut-Aaron Pico finished with a perfect right-handed shot in a caged excellent 2020, in the second round of their Bellator 252 lightweight competition, John De. John DeJesus was a sensation.
This is a technique created in collaboration with Jackson Wink MMA’s world-class eye-catching coach Brandon Gibson. At the end of the year, he published such notes to make the notes more perfect. He immersed himself in the way of the famous New Mexico State Stadium and put his career back on track.
“I am very happy with the current team,” Picco said. “To be honest, winning, losing or attracting, Albuquerque is a great home for me.”
A year ago, this Los Angeles native was only 4-3 years old and was declared bankrupt in some corners. But Pique (7-3 MMA, 7-3 BMMA) knew he had to adapt, and Jackson’s result was exactly the environmental change he needed.
He said: “I feel very happy again, just like when I wrestled when I was a child, I am very close to the coach.” “MMA is a bit different because of course it is a business, of course you will get paid…but be with them , I don’t think this is a business, it feels like they care about me and love me, which makes walking so much. Better to know whether they are winning, losing or attracting behind you.”
There is no doubt that this feeling came into play during the fighting week. According to Pico, DeJesus tried to play a mental game at the reception hotel.
“At the beginning of the fighting week, he just walked around the hall very arrogantly, pestering me and my coach frantically, walking up to my coach, shaking his head as if’open.’ He came to me. Say, I just stay in my driveway, become professional and do what I have to do, so this is simply giving me a wrong way.”
Pico suffered a loss when he lost his game plan, but this time he did not accept the bait.
“The one thing (coach) Greg (Jackson) always tells me is to stick to this process. Not too high, not too low, right in the middle. I know he will mock me in the fight, so I am in the fight The instructions are like (Georges St-Pierre), no matter what he does or say there, just keep the clam stay. I actually thought I broke in because he said, “Are you tired?” I said “no”. He actually took me out of the process. But then I thought of something like GSP.”
As a result, Pico won 3-0 in 2020, and all three victories entered two rounds. He cannot guarantee what 2021 will bring, but he knows where he is today, so he is learning to appreciate this moment.
Pico said: “I really don’t think about the past anymore.” “I don’t know that there may be losses in the future. However, I will win and will do my best to enjoy the victory. I know how it feels to lose, and I ( I hate this feeling. That’s why I work hard in the gym every day. I know the feeling of loss, and I don’t want to feel that again.